March 19, 2016

Lots Of You Want Perfectly Platinum Hair Lately ! !





Listen, the most gorgeous transition in the world is taking someone with BLACK hair all the way through the entire spectrum of color - beginning with BLACK HAIR and removing ALL signs of pigment.......ending up with the absolute gorgeous color : PLATINUM HAIR . It has always been my absolute most favorite application to do. Most Stylists hate it, but that is because they do not know how to get PLATINUM hair, they can only achieve Yellowy/Brass  and to do that is not rewarding AT ALL.

It takes a lot of dedication, a lot of patience and a LOT OF OIL BLEACH LIghtener to apply the correct amount of times, in order to achieve Platinum.

What is every hair Stylists' and every CRIB COLORISTS' main fault when trying to achieve Platinum hair color? ? ? ?  
  • NOT Applying Enough Applications. Unless you are a VIRGIN Level 8-9, you will need multiple applications of Oil Lightener always lightening the lengths FIRST - then the base - LAST. Oil Lightener means: Lightener in the Oil which is then added to Oil in the Creamy Oil Base. Make the investment and purchase our Oil Bleach Kit, it is worth every teeny tiny penny.
  • Be sure you read every Post on this Blog that deal with both going Platinum. . . .


Pitch Black Asian Hair Turned Snow White


a bit of a side note here . . . . . . . . .
a Salon trade magazine ran a pertinent article on Taking Asian Hair Blond. Its funny, when I'm working on a post, I will see a million things along the same line ... in the weirdest places....Send out good energy . . . it WILL come back to you

anyway . . . .

Trends throughout Asia and with Asian-Americans all come from Japans Harajuka district and the tweens there. While practically needing dynamite to get Asian hair - - blond , super blond is the hottest color to have. SILVER & PASTELS are very popular.

That was printed in our top Salon magazine. I have a couple of my own comments towards her theory of bleaching Asian Pitch black hair in that manner:

  • When bleach is applied the majority of its lifting ( Lightening) ability is done in the first 55 minutes...it still works for another hour or 2- but at such a snails slow pace that it is worth it to take the first application off rinse - INTENSIVE......RINSE....DRY. RE- apply a brand new batch! ...
  • I discovered if you rinse and re-apply a brand new batch, the process is much more effective. Re-applying a NEW batch, helped speed the process a long.  I f you REAPPLY (approx) 3 times in one day (using our Oil Lightener Kit ONLY!!!) .  You will be very close to perfectly platinum!
  • Once you remove the hair color (if needed) you may use 30 Volume on the ends with the first batch if hair was a Level 1-2 3 and it's needed - then OK go-for-it!
  • You can get an Asian -- Blond in one day, is my theory - if you use my tricks. I've done it many times, and with nicely conditioned hair, as well. The most important trick to accomplishing this....is so the hair remains in superb condition, is the use of ONLY an : OIL LIGHTENING KIT
  • If you have put your hair through too much in one day.... wait a week. Do that very last bleaching a week later and then apply the toner.... the best time to apply a toner is when the hair is freshly bleached.
I see no reason to take 5 days to bleach hair. I've heard of a few people doing it over 2 or even 3 days but never...5. If you follow my directions you won't have to do that either.

You can only tone blonde bleached hair........remember that.

The process needs to be called the BLEACH & TONE Process...ALWAYS always Tone bleached hair. ...........................Did I say..to bleach toned hair? Good.


This Asian girl has Red Ribbons in her hair,
The process begins with bleached "ribbons" { they are 1/4"-1/2" pieces of hair} ,(which do not need to be white,- frozen butter is fine) rinse, bright Semi permanent red applied to the bleached pieces.


I put this in here to remind you of the Levels hair lightens.... With Asian Hair the first bleach may only get the hair to the RED/BROWN Level....its a lot more resistant than caucasian hair, the First bleach on caucasian hair will get to the Orange/Gold or Gold Level {most likely}.
......see why there is a lot of gold and Yellow blond's walking around ?? 
It is the single stage where hair ( anyones hair) get stuck....as it goes through the lightening stage.
From talking to a lot of you I can see the biggest problem with most -- is hesitation with putting the bleach on more than once. I can tell you from 18 years of hair in Hollywood and MALIBU....I never bleached anyone's hair once.
Except Trevor. Remember Trevor? He is a Natural Level 9! Super Rare.






See the different "tones" of Blond here??? 

Underneath they are bleached the perfect, 'pale yellow/white'.......... then a different color TONER is applied.

Above has a Pale Golden Blond Toner, The second has an Apricot IceToner (tiny bit of copper in blond) . . . . the small photo below is Platinum Or "white toner" .... I used to call it the Marilyn White toner............Now can you see and thoroughly understand TONER??
Tomorrow you will learn to apply one. The Directions will double as directions for semi permanent Color  (Purchase BOOST & BURST in Violet Pilot in BOOST & Breaking Bad Blue in BURST, use it right after you have lifted the hair light enough and you will have sparkling platinum white hair.


I am going to go over the Application procedures for EVERY SINGLE type of Color
Using a HEAD SHEET ( piece of paper w/ 4 heads drawn) so you will know
  • where to start,
  • how large to make the partings
  • width of the partings for application of color
all the particulars, so your feel more secure when your buying color and developer separate - - - trying to get you all away from KITS!!!! . 

Is it working???
HOW DOES THAT SOUND?


10 comments:

  1. "if you REAPPLY 3 times in one day (using Oil Bleach) beginning with powdered bleach & 40 Volume -- on the ends initially...."

    confused by this (i might be slow) do you mean that you start bleaching with powder/40 in the first round then follow up with oil bleach in the next rounds?

    stumbled on this site through google. great tips!

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  2. NO NO NO
    always begin with Oil Bleach....always
    Oil Bleach protects the hair.
    Begin with Oil bleach and 40 volume on the "lengths"

    answer your question?
    Killer Chemist

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  3. I live in South Korea right now and although I'm not Asian I wanted my hair to go from a highlighted dark brown back to blond - really blond. I got a Korean friend to write a note to my hair stylist. I worked at Sally's a while and have almost always done my own hair. The tools are just not accessible to me over here. Having gotten highlights over here I knew she had bleach and was excellent at application. She bleached me twice - I'm not sure if it was an oil based bleach or not. I usually swear by Wellite (the teal box) and 40 vol. I'm pretty sure she used only 20 vol. Basically right now I'm looking very orange -golden. Not my best hair color but certainly not the worst I've ever had. I've got my mother-in-law sending me some toner (extra light platinum blue violet base) in the mail (shhh don't tell the post office). I can't wait until it gets here! Can I tone 12-14 days after bleach - I'm pretty sure I can but do you have any tips to offer? I'm so thrilled I found this blog keep doing what you do!

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  4. Candee,
    You can bleach and tone in the same day . . . that's why its called a BLEACH AND TONE! Why don't you join our Group and shop in our underground store., for the best products on the planet.
    http://groups.google.com/group/killerstrands/topics
    I send products all over the world and have sent to Korea, China Singapore . . .one of my managers (Detour) - who helps out tremendously in the group and the store lives in Singapore ! We are a very multi-national group . . .

    enjoy
    Killer Chemist

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  5. very infromative and you are so right, you can bleach asian hair blond in one day. I'm asian, and i went from dyed black on top of natural black hair colour and went to platinum/silver in 1 day (just slices though), and im still in high school.i do my own color at home because its so fun. i dont get why prof colorists would leave it on for 5 hours, i leave it on for 1 hr, rinse, blowdry and re-apply with a new batch. i use a powder lightener, 6-7 levels of lift with 30 vol, but i use 40 vol, then do foils and put them under slight heat to maximize lightening. i only do the procedure 4 times to get it to pale-yellow to white, then toner and purple shampoo. i went to a salon once and got chunks thinking they might do a better job than me, for $50 (might sound cheap but i'm a guy with short-medium length hair) and they turned it about lvl 7, really golden, so i went back to doing them by myself. i would like to receive any tips from you, to make it more successful?

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  6. You sound like you know exactly what you are doing, some people are born to do to hair.
    You sound like a MICHAEL JACKSON of HAIR COLOR, Born to Color.

    Get educated, practice and go on to spread your talent . . . . you can make a lot of money being a top Colorist.

    A lot.

    KC

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  7. I found this site using [url=http://google.com]google.com[/url] And i want to thank you for your work. You have done really very good site. Great work, great site! Thank you!

    Sorry for offtopic

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  9. Hi there, i stumbled across this post when i was looking at bleaching asian hair to white. i wish to dye my hair a pale pink and of course to do that, i'll need to bleach my hair first. most salons refuse to do it in one go, they keep insisting i come back multiple times. i just don't have the time or money. this post was quite confusing to follow mainly because i am not familiar with these hair terms.. is there a chance you could run it through just really quickly again?
    also, it seems that wellite is not unavailable? would you recommend any other oil bleaches?

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  10. Hi Killer Chemist, love your posts here, thank you, thank you thank you so so much! You are spot on about of all of this. Started the Asian blonde thing because I thought it was so beautfiful, it actually held a lot of meaning to me from childhood. Forward to now, I been just placing body art quality henna been over my grey hairs. I am dying ha ha dyeing to have my blond hair back, but feel so afraid now because I have been doing the henna for a long time. Xtremely bored with dark hair and henna now, I purchased wigs, not thrilled with wigs. I dont know what the secret is to get the henna out. Please help, I would appreciate it so much. Dorothy P.S. I read that coconut oil with bleach works great, but jst so unsure

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